Glorious Socialist Republic of Bradlonia

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Glorious Socialist Republic of Bradlonia
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Capital city Brad City
Largest city Brad City
Official language(s) English
Short name Bradlonia
Demonym Bradlonian
Government Marxist-Leninist Single-Party State
Legislature People's Congress
Established 2013
Time zone GMT (UTC0)
This nation is a member of the USM

Glorious Socialist Republic of Bradlonia, commonly known as Bradlonia, is aspart of the USM membership. It is governed as a Marxist-Leninist single-party state. Bradlonia is a single-party state under a united front led by the Bradlonian Socialist Party (BSP).

History

In 6 March 2013, Bradlonia was founded, claimed by the first president of Bradlonia, Bradly Needham. Bradlonia, was founded at the same date when the USM was established. 7 March 2013, The government of Bradlonia, claimed allies with Cubodia and New Russia, also joined the USM and joined their leadership. During in March 2013, Cubodia officially sent supplies to Bradlonia, in order to keep Bradlonia a powerful micronation to defend itself, although the USM still defends Bradlodia today.

Geography

Brad City is the leading city of Bradlonia. Brad City, the national capital, is located there. The Climate in Bradlonia is indeed the same climate of the United Kingdom, Warm and sunny at summer, Cold and windy at winter. At sometimes, Bradlonia can cause extreme weather, same as other countries in the world.

Government & Politics

The government of Bradlonia rules under socialism, they set up taxes, laws and orders to keep the country safe. The First Secretary of the Socialist Party of Bradlonia is concurrently the President of the Council of State and President of the Council of Ministers. Bradlonia's national legislature, People's Congress is the supreme organ of power. The Supreme Court of Bradlonia serves as the nation's highest judicial branch of government. It is also the court of last resort for all appeals against the decisions of provincial courts.